Ray Evanoff (b. 1984; he/him) is a practicing musician from the United States who has performed and been programmed internationally. He has a doctorate in composition from the University of Huddersfield, and has taught at various institutions including the University of New Orleans, Harvard, and presently at Tulane University. He has extensive experience as an artistic curator and concert organizer, often partnering with visual arts organisations to bridge the gap between disciplines and their respective communities, and as a performer of various forms of music. He has also worked worked as a general educator since 2011, teaching fourth grade, working with home schooling families, and privately tutoring a range of subjects in math, the sciences, and the humanities. He has been fortunate to study music with Quentin Baxter, Aaron Cassidy, Chaya Czernowin, Liza Lim, Steven Kazuo Takasugi, Philip Thomas, Hans Tutschku, and Trevor Weston, among others. He lives in New Orleans.
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